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Badrinath Ki Dulhania may hit several faulty notes as a flag-bearer for feminism, but as delivered by this endearing duo, it's bound to touch more than a few hearts.
Hindi cinema conventions and Mr. Khaitan's script may constrict Vaidehi's options, but Ms. Bhatt cannot be contained.
RSVP Yes to this wedding; it's grand, with good music, great people and delicious food for thought.
The usual tropes of masala movies like the spunky music and the slick clothes etc add no value to this movie. What does make sense is the fact that it takes run of the mill romance and turns it into a quirky and very entertaining experience.
On the surface, Badrinath ki Dulhaniya is funny and smart, but when you get to the heart of it, the film doesn't quite hold up.
Be prepared for the second half to drag, and don't go for the music, it is nothing to write home about, but if you've been waiting for a good mindless "masala" film, this may be the one for you.
Still, Badrinath Ki Dulhania has its moments, especially the comic ones. Dhawan and Vaid show impeccable timing, but overall the film belongs to Alia Bhatt.
Badrinath... is a move in the right direction. It lacks the realism of hard-hitting indie cinema, but still takes a pertinent subject to a wide audience.
The 139-minute movie is perfectly on course till the interval point, after which it steadily collapses under the weight of its ambitions.
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